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Other immunisations

As well as providing the government funded immunisation program we are also able to provide non-funded vaccinations at cost price.
 

Non-Funded Immunisations

Age  Immunisation  Fee (each)  Injections  Total cost 
Adult

Hepatitis A

$80

2 $160
Adult

Hepatitis A & B

$80

3 $240
Adult

Hepatitis B

$25

3 $75

Influenza

$25

1

$25

   Chicken Pox  $65  2  $130
Adult

Diphtheria Tetanus and Whooping Cough (Pertussis)

$50

1 $50
Adult

Measles Mumps Rubella

$40

1 $40

*Note: Multiple injections are given over a period of time.

How do I arrange a non-funded vaccination?

  1. Fill out non-funded immunisation consent form (PDF, 201KB)
  2. Take completed form to a Public session and pay by EFTPOS or at your nearest Community Link prior to session.

Where can I get travel vaccinations?

You will need to contact your doctor or locate a travel clinic for travel vaccinations.

2018 Influenza Vaccine Program

Who is eligible for free influenza vaccination?

  • Children aged 6mths to less than 5 years (new Victorian funded program)
  • People aged 5 years and over who have a medical risk factor that increases their risk of complications from influenza
  • Aboriginal people aged 15 years and over
  • Pregnant women
  • Adults aged 65 years and over

Influenza vaccine is not linked to the No Jab, No Pay or Play requirements.

Information about the flu and the vaccine is available here.

 Influenza vaccine supplies are currently available for the following age/eligibility groups:  

  • children aged from 6 months to under 3 years of age.
  •  children aged 3-4 years
  • adults aged 65 years +
  • children and adults who meet the medical at risk criteria. Please refer enquiries to the immunisation team to discuss eligibility.  1300 368 333

We DO NOT have any flu vaccine for purchase for those who fall outside of these categories.

Corporate flu immunisation

Our immunisation services team can visit your workplace to protect your staff from the flu which will reduce illness and absenteeism. Please contact us on 1300 368 333 for more details.

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